The best camping near Montreal River Provincial Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Montreal River Provincial Park adventure.

Discover the rugged beauty of Montreal River Provincial Park.  

Popular ways to camp

Community favorites near Montreal River Provincial Park

Top-rated campgrounds reviewed by the Hipcamp community.

Top-rated campgrounds near Montreal River Provincial Park

92%
(12)

100 Acres Wood

6 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Elliot Lake, ON
We moved here 2 yrs ago and love it! Been working on upgrading and fixing just about everything. We live off-grid, but have solar power and a generator. We have a big garden and orchard. 2 of our tent sites are close to the house and outhouse, 150ft or so. I process firewood and do handyman work, while the mrs. works from home on the computer, so there is always someone here if we're needed. If need be you can charge you cell phones from our house. We will try to accomodate guests needs whatever they may be. Learn more about this land: Welcome to Red Pine Forest, located on Manitoulin Island! We have 4 campsites available for tents or 2 for RVs. We have 100 acres of mixed conifers, including red and white pine. The property boasts a vast variety of flora and fauna, including deer, grouse, porcupine, reptiles like salamanders, hummingbirds and songbirds along with the usual woodland critters, so bring your camera! It is also possible to spot black bears, coyotes, lynx and bobcats.  There is a large common fire pit on the property. There is a newer cedar outhouse located near 2 of the tenting sites. You are welcome to walk our trails which can be quite rugged at times, with many alvars and unique flora. There are many beautiful lakes nearby to explore, kayak and fish. You can pitch a hammock under massive pines if you like. Misery Bay Provincial Park is 10 minutes away. There are 2 native reserves nearby that offer the world's largest drum and dream catcher.  Locals are friendly and our resident woodworker has some beautiful carvings to see. It is fairly quiet and peaceful, as we are not on the highway. If you time it right you may find mushrooms, or wild strawberries and raspberries. There is a local diner 5 mins away. There is a local market on Saturdays to explore. We are 420 friendly. Please have a look at our extras below! If interested, add them on to your reservation at the time of booking. We look forward to hosting you!
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$40
 / night
100%
(1)

Whispering Pines

1 site · Tent200 acres · Silver Water, ON
15 acres on my back portion of my property. Vigorously cleaned and raked with beautiful path along natural stream and spring feed. Practically big free bc we clean all the sticks and leaves on the ground so air blows through clean wooded area for tenting. Located on Kemp lake side road. Silverwater west end of Manitoulin Island. Ontario Canada 🇨🇦 Features garden and glow path in the dark.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
from 
CA$30
 / night

Bambrough's Camp

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Thessalon, ON
Welcome to 2 acres of forest on Manitoulin Island, the world's largest freshwater island! Nestled amidst trees, our campground offers a clearing where you can set up tents or park a camper. Amenities include an outhouse, fire pit, and an outdoor kitchen featuring a dry sink, drink cooler, and space for a BBQ. Despite being just 1 minute away from the beach, marina with showers, laundry facilities, and a corner store, our campsite offers unparalleled privacy and tranquility. Experience breathtaking sunsets and a sky filled with countless stars. Enjoy your stay!
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$40
 / night
100%
(1)

Anokawen on the Alvar

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Gordon/Barrie Island, ON
Anokawen on the Alvar is a beautiful, secluded and private property located about 10 minutes south of Gore Bay. A woodland alvar set amongst the trees in a mixed forest of evergreens Cedar, Pine, Fir and Spruce interspersed with Maple, Oak and Birch. The Black Birch Yurt is an inviting space to unwind, unplug and wake up to the sounds of the birds after enjoying the stars on a clear night.
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
CA$115
 / night
100%
(7)

Fieldview

1 site · Tent1 acre · Little Current, ON
Fieldview is a really special place that we want to share with all of you- - we have organic kitchen gardens, fruit trees, unique buildings (a small cabin with a traditional Russian trimwork, aka "gingerbread house on steroids", a unique cordwood outhouse), an apiary and a friendly habitat for all living beings. We love nature and live a simple, minimalist lifestyle, growing our own food, caring for our Mother Earth and creating beautiful things that last. Located on a quarter acre of land, tucked into a corner of a hay field, surrounded by fields, forests, and hedgerows, there is a house, cabin, woodworking shop, and a few outbuildings. We have plenty of lawn space if you want to play ball or just lay on the grass! We have a fire-pit, a spot to spread a blanket under a big White Pine or relax in a hammock in the shade of the two Balsam firs. The campsite has an electrical cord available for you phone/computer charging needs. There is a kitchen table and a few chairs for you and your family to enjoy outdoor meals and drinks. We have just built a brand new composting toilet equipped with a little sink (we provide hand towels, toilet paper and soap) and outdoor shower with COLD running water. We are working on having hot water available - please be patient with us! We ask not to smoke on the property (no tobacco, cigarettes, marijuana or vaping), please go for a walk on the road if you need to have a smoke. Clean up and pack all your garbage. We have a very social outdoor cat that would likely spend days with you. He is very, very interested in food and can not control himself, just be aware that he might steal and chew through bags. We specifically provided a plastic bin for you to cat-proof all your food. PLEASE NOTE: There is an ongoing fire ban on Manitoulin Island - no open fires or fireworks. Camp stoves are allowed.
Potable water
Toilets
from 
CA$20
 / night
95%
(42)

Backwater Paradise

10 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Blind River, ON
Backwater Paradise has possibilities for several camping styles. whether you bring your own, easy tenting or choose to go deep and experience raw wilderness/survival at any season. Our new listing is called Left Field. Its raw bush and field space in the center. The main entrance is very well marked and leads to the lake. This is where RVs are able to access and where the easy tent sites are. All nature watchers and sky gazers will enjoy any space we have here. Moose, bald eagles. wolves, otters, beavers, owls and several species of migratory birds are common visitors. The country may have quiet nights but out here the bush can get very loud. We get whippoorwills, frogs and crickets all night. In the lake there is plenty of bass and pike to keep a fisher and kid fishers busy. Common gear will work here and strongly recommend using wire swivel leaders. We promote 'lake 2 plate' principles and if you need anything let us know!! All campers have use of the water front no matter where your site is. On the shore of the lake front is a very large common area and firepit for everyone to access and enjoy the water and shoreline. We host fires Friday and Saturday nights weather permitting in this space.. There are several firepit rings to allow campers to have their own fire and sell hardwood. We also have some small row boats available to rent, the latest addition is the paddle boat rental. There is 30 acres of mixed forest, lake and marsh here and now we are able to be open year round. Backwater Paradise can be discovered at 220 Lake Hope Road, Blind River, Ontario
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$30
 / night

Forest River Camp

3 sites · Tents10 acres · Elliot Lake, ON
Learn more about this land:Forest River Tenting (opening Spring 2022) offers 3 private campsites tucked in the forest and steps away from the Lauzon River. The sites have a 10’ wooden platform, a picnic table and an eco friendly outhouse. The river runs into beautiful Lake Huron (stunning views). Hiking, swimming, fishing and boating are all steps away. Owners are a short 5 minute walk away. Wilson’s Country Market is nearby for your food and beverage needs. This property is a Northern Paradise.
Toilets
Campfires
Trash
from 
CA$60
 / night
Booked 4 times

cabin dot calm

3 sites · Lodging10 acres · Billings, ON
Learn more about this land: Enjoy the outdoors on our 10 acres of heaven! If you're looking for somewhere to unplug you've come to the right place. Our cabin is off grid and dry. We have solar to light up your nights and a large screened in porch to sit in, chill and listen to Mother Nature's orchestra each night before going off to bed. Next to the cabin is a bunkie that sleeps three. This too has solar lighting and a mini generator. Have you ever showered in the forest? Now's your chance. Heat up the water bladder and enjoy your hot shower in the woods. ***COMING SOON***Our second spot is so secluded it has it's own path. Follow the winding road down to our newest addition, "the Ulley". This bunkie has double doors on the front with a funky eclectic vibe that will bring some back to their childhoods :) Here too you can shower in the forest and be one with Mother Nature. We have a plethera of beautiful beaches for the sun worshippers and incredible hiking trails for those who love to be on the move. There is truly something for everyone on the island!
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
from 
CA$125
 / night
Saved 14 times

Executive Trailer by the Water

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Northeastern Manitoulin And The Islands, ON
Learn more about this land:Beautiful treed lot on Manitoulin Island, nestled inside Silver Birches Resort. Hiking, paddling, fishing, swimming, and much more. We are right on Honora Bay!!!!The trailer comes with a kitchen, bathroom, and two bedrooms.We are taking bookings as follows:Monday (check-in 2 pm) to Friday (check out 11 am)Friday (check-in 2 pm) to Sunday (check out 11 am)*can add Sunday to either booking. We are organizing our bookings so that our guests can book weekly and/ on weekends.We look forward to hosting you.
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$225
 / night
100%
(1)

Cedar Shores

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Kagawong, ON
Welcome to our secluded waterfront oasis, a hidden gem nestled on 3 acres of pristine land along the North Channel of Manitoulin Island. Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature at our off-the-grid retreat. Our central lodging offers everything you need for a comfortable stay, featuring a spacious cooking area, cozy sleeping quarters, and a relaxing lounging area. On cooler evenings, cozy up by the wood-burning stove, creating a warm and inviting ambiance that beckons you to unwind and relax. With 290 feet of waterfront at your doorstep, fishing enthusiasts of all levels will delight in the abundance of Salmon, Bass, Pike, and Lake Trout awaiting their catch. The crystal-clear waters of the North Channel provide the perfect backdrop for a variety of water sports, including kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, and windsurfing, ensuring endless hours of outdoor adventure and exploration. As night falls, gather around the outdoor fire pit and let the mesmerizing flames dance under the starry sky. Indulge in the simple pleasures of roasting marshmallows, making s'mores, and sharing stories with loved ones, creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or an active outdoor getaway, our waterfront oasis offers the perfect setting for relaxation, adventure, and unforgettable experiences. Come and discover the beauty and serenity of Manitoulin Island's North Channel, where every moment is a testament to the wonders of nature. Many great off-site activities are available as well. Picturesque Bridal Vale Falls is only an 8-minute drive away located in Kagawong. In Kagawong you'll find a weekly market, a gallery, a chocolate factory, a nostalgic candy store, and much more. If hiking and breathtaking views are your thing then the 20-minute drive to the Cup and Saucer trail is completely worth the drive. You do not want to miss this opportunity to connect with nature and take a trip back to a simpler time and place on beautiful Manitoulin Island.
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$150
 / night
100%
(2)

Cathedral Forests

1 site · Tent112 acres · Tehkummah, ON
The Stone Hedge camping spot is located on a beautiful 112 acre property, a 7 minute drive from Tehkummah town centre, and 15 minutes from the ferry. The ecosystem includes mature sugar maple forest, evergreen forest, Niagara escarpment and the river Manitou running through it. There are also numerous maintained well-marked trails to explore. You can find a map of the property with trails among the photos of this listing.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
from 
CA$64
 / night
100%
(12)

The Kicking Mule Guest Ranch

1 site · Lodging27 acres · Little Current, ON
Upon a hill within Manitoulin Island along Highway #6 sits over 25 acres that houses an old time ranch and western feel. A Horse Riding Stable steps away next door. You can find yourself mingling with farm animals such as chickens, babydoll sheep, rabbits and more. Outdoor covered community kitchen is available.
Pets
Toilets
Campfires
from 
CA$75
 / night

The best camping near Montreal River Provincial Park guide

Overview

About

Embark on an adventure through the Montreal River Provincial Park, a haven for nature enthusiasts and explorers alike. This park, with its ancient coastlines and unique ecological features, offers a chance to witness the wonders of nature up close. While camping is not available, the park's activities promise an unforgettable experience amid the wild Canadian landscape.

When to go

The best time to visit Montreal River Provincial Park is during the warmer months, from late spring to early autumn, when the park's full splendour is on display. Winter visits can be challenging due to harsh weather conditions, making access to the park's features more difficult.

Know before you go

  • Research the park's unique lichen barrens and respect the fragile ecosystem by staying on designated paths.
  • Be aware that facilities are minimal; prepare to be self-sufficient during your visit.
  • Check for any park advisories or weather conditions before planning your trip.
  • Remember, collecting natural objects like rocks or plants is prohibited to preserve the park's integrity.
  • For any research activities, ensure you have the necessary permissions and approvals.

Top cities near Montreal River Provincial Park

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Hipcamp Hand

Safety partners

Recreate Responsibly

About us

Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for beautiful private campsites.

Discover and reserve tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping.

Download the Hipcamp App

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.